Sherbet Indica Dominant Hybrid creative



Sherbet is an indica dominant hybrid strain with 85% indica and 15% sativa. It is a cross between the beautiful Pink Panties strain and the all too popular Girl Scout Cookies. It is a flavorful strain that is ideal for new patients who may not be used to earthy taste of most weed strains. The taste has been described by many patients to be sweet and creamy and leaves a burnt cookie taste lingering in your mouth. While others have described it as that of ice cream infused with peanut butter. The scent is a mix of fresh mint and tropical fruity while the smoke is rich and creamy.

Sherbet grows to a large size with dense popcorn shaped buds that have a mint green color. This is a highly resinous strain with abundant trichomes that give the buds a frosty coating. Being an indica dominant strain, Sherbet gives a potent body high that sets of a deep sense of relaxation followed by a mild couch lock. This is ideal for treating chronic body fatigue and minor body aches. It also gives a significant cerebral high that initiates happiness which later transforms into euphoria. The effects of Sherbet are deeply relaxing and invigorating.

Sherbet has moderate levels of both THC and CBD. It has 10-19% THC level and 1% CBD making an ideal choice for patients needing a mix of both cannabinoids without getting overwhelmed by the cerebral effects of THC. Sherbet is ideal for patients who may experience panic attacks after taking high THC strains.

Sherbet does well in both indoor and outdoor growing environments. Because of how dense and sticky the trichomes are it is not advisable to use bare hands while prepping the buds. You may need a grinder to break the buds at home.

This strain is ideal for evening and night time use.

Strain Type

This is an indica dominant hybrid strain that contains 85% Indica and 15% Sativa. It contains 10%-19% THC and 1% CBD.


Sherbet is a cross between Pink Panties and Girl Scout Cookies.

Sherbet Indica Dominant Hybrid cannabis strain

Terpene Profile

Terpenes are responsible for the aromas and scents of the different cannabis strains. They all boost the therapeutic potential of the strains by potentiating the effects of cannabinoids. Sherbet has terpenes that produce aromas reminiscent of berries, lemons and earthy undertones. This is highly suggestive of the following terpenes: myrcene, limonene and caryophyllene.


Myrcene is the most abundant terpene is most cannabis strains. It has a pungent earthy scent that has also been described as skunk-like. It is popular for its inflammatory effects that may help in relieving inflammatory conditions such as eczema or arthritis. It is also useful in inducing sleep. Myrcene is abundant is other strains such as Skunk XL, White Widow and Special Kush. It is also abundant in mangoes and cloves.


Limonene has the smell of lemons and you expect to find this terpene in most citrus fruits. It is a popular mood enhancer which is ideal for reducing stress and symptoms of depression. It also offers anti fungal and anti bacterial properties.


Caryophyllene gives off a spicy scent with peppery notes. Expect to find this terpene in spices such as oregano, basil and rosemary. It is the only terpene that binds to cannabinoid receptors making it a potent analgesic and anxiolytic agent. Recent research has also shown that this terpene could be helpful in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal symptoms.

What Consumers are Saying:

Sherbet is a potent indica strain that promotes deep relaxation of the whole body and tranquility. Once the cerebral effects have kicked in, you will drift off into an uplifting euphoria that will transpose you to outer space. But the effects are not so overpowering, thankfully so. Be prepared to feel sleepy after an hour or two. This strain will also trigger creativity and inspiration as the cerebral effects set in; make the most of this before it wears off.

The Positives

  • Relaxation
  • Euphoria
  • Happiness
  • Uplifting
  • Creativity

Potential Medical Benefits

Below are a list of conditions that Sherbet may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.

The Negatives

Some users reported dry mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, and anxiety.

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